Audrey Firth recently returned to Pure Life Clinic, and we're so happy to have her back. She trained at the East West College of the Healing Arts, receiving her massage license in 2015. Audrey fits right into Pure Life with her deep appreciation for the holistic nature of her work and the long-term relationships she builds with her clients.
Chelsea Oldenburg utilizes elements of deep tissue, fascial release and structural balancing to facilitate clients' healing and recovery. Chelsea's studies of yoga and martial arts give her a deep understanding of body reading, using this understanding to locate sources of pain.
Erik Brennan relocated to Portland from Boston, where he spent time working as a mental health counselor. His approach is focused on providing medical massage, with myofascial release, neuromuscular re-education, deep tissue and Swedish massage all being incorporated.
Hannah Ebrite is a recent graduate of East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland who developed her keen interest in learning how massage therapy can naturally rehabilitate and maintain health while volunteering as a doula at Providence Medical Center. She utilizes myofascial, deep tissue, and trigger point therapies.
Heidi Johnson began her career as a massage therapist in 2010 with a focus on the Western modalities of Swedish, deep tissue and sports injury rehabilitation. In recent years, she has begun integrating an Eastern approach of holistic healing and the concepts of traditional Chinese medicine into her practice.
Karen Lotts graduated from the Ashland Institute of Massage in Southern Oregon in 2013 and specializes in neck, shoulder, lower back and gluteal work. She has experience with myofascial release, PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) and deep tissue, and works with clients healing from auto and work accidents, repetitive use injuries and postural imbalances.